The 2013 U.S. News Graduate School Rankings Are Now Available U.S. News & World Report, the trusted authority on colleges and universities, has launched the latest edition of Best Graduate Schools
TAMPA, Fla., March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. News & World Report has released its annual graduate school rankings. Best Graduate Schools 2013 provides the nation's most trusted report on institutions that award master's, doctoral and professional degrees. It is reliable, easy to use, and supplies information that grad students need to make critical decisions about their education.
Best Graduate Schools has been the indispensable graduate school rankings resource since it was first published in 1994. It details business graduate school rankings, engineering graduate school rankings, nursing graduate school rankings and much more.
The 2013 edition also brings grad students general information on applying for and attending grad school, insight into how schools achieve their rank, the latest news from a variety of popular fields and degree programs, and a complete index of schools so that it is easy to find the entry for each one.
Best Graduate Schools can be found on newsstands starting April 3rd. The graduate school rankings 2013 are available online now at U.S. News University Directory, which provides a variety of additional education resources as well. Grad students can connect with more than 1,900 accredited colleges and universities, search a comprehensive directory of on-campus and online programs, get the latest education news from the award-winning U.S. News writing staff, watch exclusive college and career videos, and learn how to get thousands in financial aid with a free, expert guide.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data indicates that holding a graduate degree can mean a higher salary and better job security. In 2010, median weekly earnings were $1,272 for workers who held a master's degree, $1,610 for workers who held a professional degree, and $1,550 for those who held a doctoral degree. Compare that to $1,038 for bachelor's degree holders and $626 for those with only a high school diploma. And while the average unemployment rate was 8.2% that year, it was just 4% for workers with master's degrees and even less for those with doctorates.
For anyone currently considering an advanced degree, Best Graduate Schools 2013 is the go-to resource. It is the only publication with rankings from the trusted authority on the nation's best colleges and graduate schools -- U.S. News & World Report!
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